The disintegration of steel targets by high-velocity concentrated plasma jets is analyzed. The effects of carbon content, heat treatment, and specimen temperature on the disintegration pattern are revealed as a result.
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Gurarii, V.N., Nosarev, P.S. & Netsvetaev, S.E. Disintegration of carbon steel by high-velocity plasma jets. Journal of Engineering Physics 24, 439–441 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00842859
- Heat Treatment
- Statistical Physic
- Carbon Content
- Carbon Steel
- Concentrate Plasma